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03 May 2011 03:05:11

Food waste for meeting climate targets



Food Waste 2010: collection, processing and energy output, 12 October 2010

If the UK is to meet its international targets on climate change, reducing food waste is critical. When food waste arises we need to make sure it is treated in the most environmentally beneficial way possible. The goverment has recently implemented various incentives to ensure that the infrastructure to do this is developed.

Food Waste 2010 addresses the issues involved with the collection and processing of food waste, bringing together key industry speakers and featuring in depth discussion forums and case studies, providing practical advice, enabling delegates to fully grasp the challenges, opportunities and rewards in this dynamic market.

The programme looks at financing, policy, technologies for treating food waste, public awareness, with breakout sessions for more in depth discussions on both municipal and comercial, retail and food processing sectors.


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